by May 28, 2014 0 comments

Microsoft has introduced a new real-time translation technology for Skype voice over IP software. Presently Skype is being used for voice, video and text chat, this new feature will enable people, speaking different languages, to talk with each other. The company has demoed it at the first annual CODE Conference.

The Microsoft head of Skype and Lync, Gurdeep Singh Pall introduced this new feature and showed off the demo from English to German and German to English. The company is planning to introduce this feature in the future versions of Skype in beta later this year.

Bing, Skype and Microsoft’s Research Lab has long been working on the Speech-To-Speech technology to develop a feature of natural language processing and machine learning for a while. This feature is using the same language recognition technology as Microsoft’s Cortana personal assistant on Windows 8.1.

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